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Supporting Local Farmers + Affordable Access to Fresh, Hawai'i Island Grown Produce

HOW IT WORKS​

Sign up for either a weekly subscription ($80 for 4 weeks) or bi-monthly subscription
($40 for 2 weeks) on our Farmigo ordering website.

If you are paying with SNAP-EBT food benefits, you are eligible for a 50% discount on your subscription through the DA BUX Double Up Food Bucks program. Please give us a call at 808-933-6030 if paying with SNAP-EBT.

You will receive one bag of produce on each week of your subscription.
Each bag consists of a minimum of seven items, generally 1-2 fruits and 5-6 vegetables.

Enrollment periods are as follows
(every enrollment period starts at 8:00am and end at 12:00 noon Friday):

 

2021

December 27-31, 2021 

2022
January 25-28
February 22-25
March 22-24
April 26-29
May 24-27
June 21-24
July 26-29
August 23-26
September 20-23
October 18-21
November 15-18
December 20-23


During the enrollment period, a sign up link will be available which will take you to a registration page.

All subscriptions will be automatically renewed each month until we receive your written or verbal notice to cancel. View our program calendar here for our monthly subscription periods.

Quanities are limited. Read our Refund Policy Here.

Please keep up to date with our calendar for updates on pick-up times and locations. Mahalo!

2021 Monthly Subscriptions

Month
Weekly Pick-Up Dates
Bi-Monthly Pick-Up Dates
January
Jan 5-8
Jan 12-15
Jan 12-15
Jan 19-22
Jan 26-29
Jan 26-29
February
Feb 2-5
Feb 9-12
Feb 9-12
Feb 16-19
Feb 23-26
Feb 23-26
March
Mar 2-5
Mar 9-12
Mar 9-12
Mar 16-19
Mar 23-25
Mar 23-24
April
PROGRAM BREAK: Mar 30-Apr 2
Apr 6-9
Apr 13-16
Apr 13-16
Apr 20-23
Apr 27-30
Apr 27-30
May
May 4-7
May 11-14
May 11-14
May 18-21
May 25-28
May 25-28
June
Jun 1-4
Jun 8-9 June 10, King Kamehameha Day
Jun 8-10
Jun 15-18
Jun 22-25
Jun 22-25
July
Jun 29 - Jul 2
PROGRAM BREAK: Jul 6-9
Jul 13-16
Jul 13-16
Jul 20-23
Jul 28-30
Jul 27-30
August
Aug 3-6
Aug 10-13
Aug 10-13
Aug 17-19
Aug 24-27
Aug 24-27
September
Aug 31 - Sep 3
Sep 7-10
Sep 7-10
Sep 14-17
Sep 21-24
Sep 21-24
October
Sep 28 - Oct 1
Oct 5-8
Oct 5-8
Oct 12-15
Oct 19-22
Oct 19-22
November
Oct 26-29
Nov 2-5
Nov 2-5
Nov 9-12
Nov 16-19
Nov 16-19
PROGRAM BREAK: Nov 23-26
December
Nov 30 - Dec 3
Nov 30 - Dec 3
Dec 7-10
PROGRAM BREAK: Dec 14-17
PROGRAM BREAK: Dec 14-17
PROGRAM BREAK: Dec 21-31
January
Jan 4-7
Jan 11-14
Jan 11-14
Jan 18-21
Jan 25-28
Jan 25-28
February
Feb 1-4
Feb 8-11
Feb 8-11
Feb 15-18
Feb 22-25
Feb 22-25
March
Mar 1-4
Mar 8-11
Mar 8-11
Mar 15-18
Mar 22-25
Mar 22-25
April
Apr 5-8
Apr 12-14 Friday Apr 15 no produce pick up
Apr 12-14
Apr 19-22
Apr 26-29
Apr 26-29
May
May 3-6
May 10-13
May 10-13
May 17-20
May 24-27
May 24-27
June
May 31 June 3
June 7-10
June 7-10
June 14-17
June 21-24
June 21-24
July
June 27-July 1
July 5-8 Program Break
July 12-15
July 12-15
July 19-22
July 26-29
July 26-29
August
Aug 2-5
Aug 9-12
Aug 9-12
Aug 16-18
Aug 23-26
Aug 23-26
September
Aug 30-Sep 2
Sept 6-9
Sept 6-9
Sept 13-16
Sept 20-23
Sept 20-23
October
Sept 27-30
Oct 4-7
Oct 4-7
Oct 11-14
Oct 18-21
Oct 18-21
November
Oct 25-28
Nov 1-4
Nov 1-4
Nov 8-10
Nov 15-18
Nov 15-18
Nov 22-25 Program Break
December
Nov 29- Dec 2
Dec 6-9
Dec 6-9
Dec 13-16
Dec 20-23
Dec 20-23
Dec 27- Jan 7 Program Break

WHAT IS CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture.

 

The term was coined Robyn Van En in the 1980s. However, our model of a CSA is a bit different! The Food Basket is able to leverage its purchasing power and resources as an established non-profit to pay farmers their asking price for produce and sell it to consumers for the same price, keeping produce affordable and increasing small farm viability.

 

Robyn Van En said that community supported agriculture should be coupled with agriculturally supported communities. We are grateful to feel supported by our amazing local farmers, and of course by you, the community, for making conscious choices about how you leverage your own purchasing power.

 

Meet the Farmers

If you love the idea of CSA, please investigate other, more traditional CSAs on the island. There are quite a few amazing local farmers who are operating their own direct farm to consumer CSAs specializing in veggies, fruits, and even local meat and eggs.

 

Mahalo to you and to all of the amazing folks providing us with delicious food during uncertain times!

Hawaii Ulu Cooperative
Hawaii Ulu Cooperative

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Johnson Family Farm
Johnson Family Farm

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Csiszar Olena Farm
Csiszar Olena Farm

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Hawaii Ulu Cooperative
Hawaii Ulu Cooperative

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